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Lybrel™ (levonorgestrel/ethinyl estradiol) is a prescription birth control pill that is the first to be approved to be taken continuously, with no inactive pills. It comes in a pack of 28 pills, which must be taken once a day, at the same time, and in order. While most women tolerate this form of contraceptive well, potential side effects include bleeding or spotting, breast tenderness, and nausea. You should talk to your healthcare provider before using Lybrel if you have diabetes, migraines, or chest pain.
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